Chandrasekhar Mukherjee quits Srei Infrastructure

Mukherjee, who has been with the infrastructure finance services company since 2017, has an experience of around 24 years in HR.


Chandrasekhar Mukherjee has stepped down as the group chief people officer of Srei Infrastructure. After serving a notice period of three months, his last day at the infrastructure financing services company was 31 March.

Mukherjee had joined Srei infrastructure in 2017, after exiting the National Stock Exchange (NSE) and its group of companies, where he worked for seven years as the chief people officer.

At NSE, he was responsible for the HR initiatives, integrating technology with business, strategic talent acquisition for technology companies in the Group and establishing strategic talent management and capability-enhancement initiatives.

Mukherjee comes with a total experience of 24 years in HR. After completing his master’s from the Institute of Engineering and Rural Technology, Mukherjee started his career in 1995 with Usha India, and in two years managed to reach the level of manager-HR.

Post this, Mukherjee worked with Colgate-Palmolive India for six years honing his skills in HR. He then did a small one-year stint with Cabot India as the head-HR management, where he reported to the MD and the regional HR head at Malaysia.

In 2005, he moved to Bennett Coleman & Company as the AVP-HR and branch head, Mumbai. There, he worked for five years leading HR operations, employee relations and HR initiatives.

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